From color palettes to centerpieces to cakes, get tons of inspiration for a springtime wedding.
A tea-length dress is a charming choice for the season.
Photo Credit: Shawna Yarbrough & Damion Hamilton
A lightweight seersucker suit, accessorized with a pastel bow tie, is a refreshing choice for spring.
Photo Credit: Allyson Wiley Photography
Be prepared for April showers with rain boots that match your color palette. Even if it doesn't rain, they'll still look cute!
Photo by: Clary Photo on Grey Likes Weddings via Lover.ly
We love how the groom's pink bow tie perfectly coordinates with the cherry blossoms decorating the altar.
Photo Credit: Hoffer Photography
Powder blue dresses pair perfectly with pink and white flowers
Photo Credit: Brendon Pinola Photography
Pink and green is a classic, preppy choice, but we love the softer shades used in this bridal party.
Photo Credit: Kelly Hornberger
Cobalt bridesmaids dresses are a fit for every season; add a touch of whimsy with bright lollipops.
Photo Credit: Hailey Erickson Photography
Lightweight chiffon will keep your 'maids cool.
Photo Credit: Rachael Foster Photography
A vibrant yellow bouquet stands out against a pale blush dress.
Photo Credit: Scarlett & Stephen
Add a touch of whimsy with butterfly-covered dresses.
Photo Credit: Photo by Gannon
Let each of your bridesmaids choose her own pretty pastel dress.
Photo Credit: Dynamite Weddings
A great color combo: Sky blue dresses for the bridesmaids, and slate ties with yellow boutonnières for the groomsmen.
Photo Credit: Holli B. Photography
Emerald green may be 2013's Color of the Year, but we love this lighter shade for spring.
Photo Credit: Evin Photography
Avoid overheated groomsmen by opting for light-colored suits.
Photo Credit: Honey Heart Photography
For a preppy-chic affair, have your groom and groomsmen wear pink and green ties.
Photo Credit: Gabrielle Orcutt Photography
These sweet dresses bring new meaning to the "flower girls" title.
Photo Credit: Heather Rice Photography
Accent a blush flower girl dress with a sage green sash.
Photo Credit: Bowersock Photographers
Your flower girl will look adorable in a floral wreath.
Photo Credit: Pure Photography by Lindsey Tropf
And you can make the wreath even more perfect for the season by adding butterfly details.
Photo courtesy of Andrea Montgoery Designs
Peonies and roses are all you need to create a romantic, lush bouquet.
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Photo Credit: Dominique Attaway Photography
A unique mix of hydrangeas, peonies, ranunculus, Queen Anne's lace, and brooches.
Photo Credit: Sparkle & Hay via Lover.ly
A springtime arrangement filled with vibrant roses, classic peonies, and fresh greenery.
A vintage-inspired bouquet filled with peonies and roses.
Photo Credit: Emindee Images
Create a pastel-hued bouquet with paper flowers, and you'll have a lovely keepsake post-wedding for decorating springtime tables.
Photo by: Kim Le on Heart Love Weddings via Lover.ly
A vibrant mix of in-season flowers.
Photo Credit Christina Kiffney Photography
A monochromatic peach bouquet with roses and peonies.
Photo Credit: Memoire Studio
Reflect the natural scenery in your bouquet, like in this simple arrangement of hydrangeas and roses.
This sweet bouquet with roses, ranunculus, and peonies is perfect for a garden party.
Photo Credit: Justin & Mary
An oversized bouquet with a freshly-picked feel.
Photo Credit: Erin Johnson Photography
Dark and light peonies accented with stephanotis.
A vibrant arrangement with roses, peonies, and billy balls complement the bride's coral sash.
Photo Credit: Dave Richards Photography on Dave Richards via Lover.ly
Daisies and a checkered ribbon add spring touches to this colorful bouquet.
Photo courtesy of Kelly Oshiro Design
Have your bridesmaids carry Easter-inspired baskets down the aisle instead of bouquets.
Photo Credit: David Schwartz Photography
Complement a sky blue bridesmaid dress with pink, coral, and yellow flowers.
Soft and lush, peonies and English garden roses coordinate perfectly with the sweet shade of this bridesmaid's dress.
Photo Credit: Dixie Pixel
Roses, calla lilies, and tulips in shades of purple.
Photo Credit: Infiniti Foto
Wildflower bouquets give off a just-picked feel.
Photo Credit: Sweet Little Photographs
Add a few punches of yellow to a purple rose bouquet.
All-hydrangea bouquets pack a punch on a budget.
Photo Credit: Ashfall Mixed Media, Inc.
Take your flower girl and ring bearer for a ride in a decorated wagon.
Have your flower girl carry a basket filled with bold-colored gerbera daisies mixed with fresh greenery.
Photo Credit: Photography by Jen Philips
From the hanging lanterns to the lush flowers, this enchanted garden ceremony is ultra-romantic.
Photo Credit: John Labbe/Created By: Preston Bailey
A garden is a stunning choice for your ceremony — and a crystal chandelier instantly adds glamour.
Photo Credit: Victor Sizemore Photography
Bring the beautiful outdoors in with a cherry blossom arrangement.
Photo Credit: Guy Heart Studio
Springtime is the perfect season for an outdoor ceremony — but on a sunny day, guests will appreciate the shade from these umbrellas!
Adorn a ceremony arch with lanterns overflowing with wildflowers.
Photo Credit: Continuum Photography
Dress up a rustic canopy with seasonal blooms.
Photo Credit: The Bird and the Bear Photography & Films
Punch up your ceremony space by alternating pink and orange chair cushions.
Photo Credit: Becca Rillo Photography
A unique tall centerpiece with hydrangeas and peonies in muted tones.
Make a statement with this high-impact centerpiece, filled with ivory roses, white hydrangeas, and white and pale-pink orchids, with dangling cymbidium orchids on satin ribbons.
Photo Credit: Remy Grecco/Created by: LA Premier
Create mini arrangements in vintage cups with soft-hued roses.
A box of seasonal fruit gives your guests a sweet pre-dinner treat.
Tulips are a classic choice for spring. An all-white color palette adds elegance.
Photo Credit: KT Merry
A rustic wood box with sprouts of wheat grass and cotton, topped with assorted flowers in an apothecary jar, was the perfect fit for this sweet southern wedding.
A bouquet of cupcakes works double-duty as a sweet centerpiece and a creative dessert display.
Photo Credit: John Arcara Photography on Munaluchi Bridal via Lover.ly
Line a long table with bold potted flowers.
A vintage-inspired tabletop filled with spring flair.
Photo courtesy of Dolce Designs Studio
For a fun (and easy) DIY centerpiece, gather vases in various shapes and sizes, wrap each in colorful ribbons and fill them with springtime flowers, like gerbera daisies.
Submerge orchids in cylinder vases of varying heights.
Photo Credit: D. Park Photography
Take your centerpieces up a notch with a suspended arrangement.
Photo courtesy of Susan Graham Signature Events
Spring brings the return of America's favorite pastime. These baseball fans named each of their reception tables after a MLB ballpark.
An array of seasonal blooms in various vessels make for an elaborate, elegant display.
Photo courtesy of Canvas and Canopy Events by Cortnie
A mix of purple flowers and greenery in a modern square white vessel.
Perfect for early spring, this centerpiece reflects the outdoors — flowers are beginning to bloom and the birds are fluttering about once again.
A colorful Easter-inspired table arrangement.
Photo Credit: Abby Jiu Photography
Dress your tables with in-season flowers, like hydrangeas.
Place seasonal blooms in antique silver vessels for a charming DIY centerpiece.
Photo Credit: K and K Photography
Take advantage of the pristine weather with open-air transportation.
Another option: Take a ride on a bicycle built for two.
As a nod to the saying, "April showers bring May flowers," suspend umbrellas from the ceiling and place elaborate floral displays on the tables.
Photo Credit: Justin Lee Photography/Created By: Canvas and Canopy Events
Alternate pink and green chair sashes for a preppy vibe.
Enjoy a night under the stars in an open-air tent.
Yellow paper lanterns brighten up the reception space.
Photo Credit: Larsen's Photography
Dress up an outdoor reception space with glamorous crystal chandeliers.
Photo Credit: Elizabeth Messina/Created by Lisa Vorce of Oh How Charming!
Have your reception underneath a billowing tent.
Photo Credit: Two One Photography
A sweet arrangement for your entryway table.
Go for the bold with a vibrant blue and green color palette.
Photo Credit: Ashley Maudlin Photography
For a whimsical and fun reception, try hot pink rosettes on the chairs and paper pinwheels on the tables.
Lovebirds lead your guests to their tables.
Spring means the return of birds and butterflies emerging from their cocoons. This precious card holder perfectly reflects the natural happenings of the season.
For baseball fans, spring means one thing: Baseball season is back!
An adorable lovebirds cake topper.
Photo Credit: JoPhoto
A moss-adorned table accentuate these river rock escort cards, with each table named after a national park.
Serve refreshing, seasonally-appropriate drinks, like lemonade and iced tea.
Spring is the perfect gardening season; for eco-friendly favors, give each guest a potted plant with a sign that reads "Love blooms where you plant it."
A beautiful invitation set covered in elegant blooms.
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Ice cream season is right around the corner; get in the spirit with ice cream cone cupcakes!
Photo Credit: Food Network
Punch up your springtime dessert table with a colorful garland.
Photo Credit: Revival Photography
Pastel-iced cupcakes fit perfectly with the season.
Perfect springtime cupcakes.
One of the most beautiful parts of spring is when the cherry blossoms begin to bloom. Decorate your cake with a sugar version of this gorgeous flower.
Photo Credit: Carrie Wildes Photography
Square tiers separated by a band of green and peach flowers is a modern twist.
Photo Credit: Nick Brown
Butterflies cascade down this cake.
Photo Credit: Timecut Photography
An Up-inspired cake, paired with pastel-accented pastries.
Photo Credit: Wildflowers Photography on Wedding Chicks via Lover.ly
A pretty blue, green, and yellow cake.
Photo Credit: Mike Colon on Wedding Chicks via Lover.ly
Rain may not be ideal on your wedding day (though some say it's good luck!), but you can score some cute, fun photos.
Photo Credit: Disney Fine Art Photography & Video
Snap some photos beneath a beautiful cherry blossom tree.
Photo Credit: Stacey Vaeth Photography
Take advantage of the beautiful blooming flowers in your bridal portraits.
Photo Credit: Love Caryn Photography
Oversized balloons make for fun photo props.
Photo Credit: Alea Lovely on Wedding Chicks via Lover.ly
In the fall, we toss leaves. In the spring, we toss flower petals!
Photo Credit: True Photography
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